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Current Opportunities

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Community Director Student Affairs, Administrator 2295
The Community Director (CD) oversees a dynamic living-learning residential area for first-year, transfer, second-year, or continuing students. The CD assists in the administration and management of the overall residence life program through serving approximately 2700 residents. The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a CD in working with students and the responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic Mission.
Administrative Assistant II; Advancement Services University Advancement, Staff 2332
The Office of Advancement Services (AS) is responsible for receiving, recording, and receipting the university’s gift donations.
Payroll Specialist; Payroll Finance, Staff 2316
Under general supervision, the Payroll Specialist performs all responsibilities in processing and distribution of the university’s biweekly/monthly in-house payroll in a timely and accurate manner.
Parking Services Enforcer Assistant; Parking Services Parking Services, Staff 2317
This is a part-time, temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of December 20, 2020.   Perform a variety of duties within the Department of Parking Services Office.
Benefits Analyst; Human Resources Human Resources, Administrator 2336
The Benefits Analyst position is responsible for the University’s benefit program compliance activities within the Department of Human Resources and coordinating these activities with the Office of Finance, School/Division Budget Administrators and Department Heads/Vice Presidents. This position will also provide support to the Director of Benefits in the day-to-day operations of the Benefits department and will provide excellent customer service to university employees when they have benefits questions or need support with a benefits-related issue.
Law Reference Librarian - Student Services & Technology; Legal Research Center School of Law, Administrator 2279
As a member of the public services and reference teams, provides research and reference services to all LRC patrons. Presents training and instruction in the use of legal research tools in all formats, including teaching legal research in the first year Legal Writing and Research (LWR) classes, seminars, clinics, and advanced legal research courses.
Chief Diversity Officer Office of the Vice President and Provost, Administrator 2301
The Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) will play a vital role in developing an institutional framework to aid USD in accomplishing our Envisioning 2024 goals with a particular focus on Goal 2: “Strengthening Diversity, Inclusion & Social Justice: Justly represent the breadth and beauty of God’s creation in our own community and transform the campus culture to ensure that all community members thrive.”
Study Abroad Manager International Affairs, Administrator 2280
The International Studies Abroad Managers will serve as the first contact for the international study programs. They are responsible for providing student-centric, proactive, professional and engaged advising and coaching to support the students’ success with regards to their international experiences as a part of their academic journey at USD.
Executive Assistant I; Black Student Resource Commons Student Affairs, Staff 2241
The Executive Assistant for the Black Student Resource Commons (BSRC), Gender Identity Resources, and United Front Multicultural Commons (UFMC) will be responsible for providing support to the three directors and respective Commons.
Director of Development for Major Gifts and SOLES University Advancement, Administrator 2247
The director of development is responsible for major gift fundraising duties at the University of San Diego with 50% of the time devoted to the School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES). With the associate vice president for Development (AVP) in University Advancement and the dean of SOLES, this position develops a comprehensive fundraising program for private support from faculty, staff, alumni, parents, friends, corporations, foundations, and individuals in the San Diego community and across the country to solicit donors at all levels of giving to the university but with particular emphasis on major gifts.
Game-Day Ticket Associate; Athletic Facilities Athletics, Staff 2207
This is a part-time, temporary, non-benefit based assignment with an anticipated end date of November 1, 2020. The Jenny Craig Pavilion Ticket Office is seeking individuals that want to play a key role in providing exceptional customer service to all customers, assist in the selling of individual game tickets and game day box office duties during San Diego Legion and San Diego Loyal matches.
Project Manager - Workday; Enterprise Applications Information Technology Services, Administrator 2202
This is a full-time, temporary, benefit based position with an assignment end date of August 31, 2021. The Project Manager will provide strategic planning and project management for the University’s software and SaaS technology implementations, in particular the WorkDay solution, that advances the organizational mission and vision under the direction of the Sr. Director of Enterprise Applications. The position involves leadership and collaboration in the areas of planning, designing, configuring, testing and implementing technology solutions that meet the business needs of the University.
Assistant Director, Public Service; School of Law Career Services School of Law, Administrator 2218
The Assistant Director, Public Service manages coordination and promotion of public interest and government (“public service”) opportunities to students and alumni. Manages the public service Graduate Jobs Initiative Program. Advises students and alumni as to public interest and government law opportunities; performs outreach to public interest and government employers to enhance opportunities; gathers and organizes information on such opportunities. Serves as a liaison to local, regional, and national legal public interest and government legal employer communities.
Assistant Coach Women's Soccer Athletics, Administrator 2100
The Assistant Coach, Women's Soccer assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I program. Assist with the organization, planning and implementation of daily practices. Direct on-field coaching responsibilities. Assists with the development and improvement of player skills. Works with individual players before and after practice. Assists in the identification and recruiting of academically and athletically qualified student-athletes for admission to the University with adherence to admissions and athletic department policies and procedures. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Program Coordinator/Senior Program Coordinator; Continuing Education Continuing Education, Staff 2190
The Program Coordinator/Senior Program Coordinator provides second-level support to students desiring assistance with any course, program and degree offered through Professional and Continuing Education if the Student Service Center is unable to resolve the issue.
HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2 Facilities, Staff 2180
The HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2 performs highly skilled journey-level work required to operate and maintain HVAC/Refrigeration systems and equipment. Diagnose, repairs and replaces electrical and mechanical components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and reduce energy consumption. Performs preventative and predictive maintenance inspections and adjustments to maximize equipment system life-cycle.
Director of Professional Learning, The Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Administrator 2186
The Director of Professional Learning is a senior administrator in the Jacobs Institute, overseeing all aspects of Professional Learning services, including but not limited to, direction of our new Certificate in Educational Innovation program, EDInnovateLive (our annual conference), workshops and other professional learning programs and events. This is an exciting ground-floor opportunity to spearhead our new Professional Learning services in partnership with the Executive Director. We are seeking candidates that are agile, have an innovator and entrepreneurial mindset, a learner-centered focus, and an emphasis on team and partnership development with a background in building and scaling online and blended programs in higher education. This role will lead strategic and budgetary planning to build capacity in Professional Learning, develop new lines of business, and foster and scale the Jacobs Institute's learning community. The Director of Professional Learning will also be committed to providing quality service-oriented learning experiences through regular evaluation of participant feedback, identifying program improvements, and coaching and mentoring the professional learning team.
HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 1 Facilities, Staff 2179
The HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 1 performs skilled level work but not at the journey-level required to maintain HVAC/Refrigeration systems and equipment. Under the guidance of the HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2, diagnose, repairs and replaces electrical and mechanical components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and reduce energy consumption; performs preventative and predictive maintenance inspections and adjustments to maximize equipment system life-cycle.
Program Assistant Continuing Education, Staff 2142
The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant provides support to all individuals seeking information, enrollment and assistance with any course, program and degree offered through Professional and Continuing Education. This position requires excellent communication skills for a fast-paced office environment that supports the enrollment and learning needs of students and prospective students. Must possess the ability to handle multiple tasks, requests, and web-based information tools in a calm and effective manner. This position requires a detail-oriented, independent worker who has the ability to collaborate and contribute in a team environment. The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant will answer a busy, multi-line telephone; take registrations for courses and other related items over the phone, the Internet and in person. Other related duties may include: process registrations, organize both incoming and outgoing mail, process student transcript requests, order office supplies, and stock all office machines (fax, copier and printers). Must have excellent spelling and grammar skills. The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant must have excellent customer service, organizational and communication skills. Proven ability using computers for business applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, data management and administrative systems software. Customer/student support experience preferred
Executive Assistant 1 (Reception Services Assistant); One Stop Student Center One Stop Student Center, Staff 2121
To provide unparalleled customer service over the phone and via email to both internal and external customers for all of the cross-functional campus business transactions. This includes all the services of the offices of financial aid, registrar, and student account services.

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